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It has been supposed that low levels of mannose binding lectin (MBL) may be involved in protection of rheumatoid arthritis associated with agalactosil forms of GOIgG immunoglobilins found in rheumatoid synovial fluid and lead to enhanced complement activation and joint cartilage damages. In order to examine the possible link between MBL and mediated complement activation, its concentration was measured in sera and synovial fluids of 59 patients classified in moderate and severe activity RAdoi:10.2298/jmh0302159m fatcat:zwya7gjpyza23jotay6724mlea